Customer Reviews Of:
Rome Crossrocket Snowboard
Closeouts. Crafted using a carefully designed NoHang-Ups 2.0 hybrid profile, Rome's Crossrocket snowboard combines the pop and play of traditional camber with forgiving, buttery 3D rocker in the tip and tail. Intermediate to advanced riders who throw down all over the mountain will love the fun, playful feel of this board.
Reviewed by the_magikal_bean from Texas on Friday, June 16, 2017this is a great all mountain board. be sure to get this board in the right size for your height and weight, and pair it with medium to high stiffness bindings/boots and you will be in LOVE with this board.
Reviewed by TheDub from Colorado on Sunday, January 8, 2017I am 5' 9" , 165 pounds and I ride the 156. I also have an aluminum binding which allows for instant energy transfer and a relatively stiff boot. The board/binding/boot setup that I am riding is extremely fun! I have been riding for almost fifteen years and this is one of my favorite boards. I read quite a few negative reviews on this deck, which after riding it, makes me wonder if the reviewer had some cheap plastic bindings and some soft Park boots. Thats like putting the cheapest tires and the softest suspension on a race car.....The Crossrocket is an all mountain workhorse. It charges while straightlining those groomers. The shape makes for pretty effortless maneuvering through the trees in the Colorado pow. Even though the nose is an inch longer from the front binding inserts, it rides very well switch. And ollies and lands very comfortably.
If you have snowboarded for a while and are versed in your skills; this is a really fun snowboard to ride with the right setup.
Reviewed by GP the Snowboarder from New York on Wednesday, November 2, 2016This board has been called "Death Sled of the Year" for like 3 years in a row. Nothing could be more further from the truth. If you get this board in the right size for your height and weight, and actually pair medium to high stiffness bindings with it, you will be in LOVE with this board. I have it in a 161 with some all metal bindings and the board rips without catching an edge. DO NOT size down on this board and you will be fine.